landrySwamp King Troy Landry (right) is stepping out of the Bayou and into Soboba Casino.

If you haven’t yet seen History Channel’s “Swamp People,” you are missing out on all of the tree shaking, gator catching, Louisiana goodness that is the Cajun way of life.

When the show first aired in 2010, it gained the attention of millions of viewers, and has still averaged an audience of 4.5 million viewers throughout its six-year run. Viewers range from 18 to 49 years old, and while openly appealing to all audiences, men in particular seem to identify with the down-home grit of the fan-proclaimed “Swamp King” Troy Landry’s way of life.

Whether it’s the spirit of competition, or an innate urge to satisfy the primal man vs. beast instinct, viewers are hooked, and Soboba Casino is reeling them in with the opportunity to meet the man behind the hook, live and in person.

On Saturday, March 26, Troy Landry will meet guests and sign autographs at Soboba Casino, where he is scheduled to give away a grand prize to one lucky patron as a conclusion to the casino’s Get Da’ Gator Drawing. In true off-road, backwoods style, the grand-prize winner will receive a brand-new 2016 Jeep Grand Cherokee!

Troy’s free meet-and-greet with fans is scheduled to begin at 6 p.m., March 26. Entrance to the meet-and-greet is free, however, you must be a Club Soboba member to participate. If you are not a Club Soboba member, sign up is quick, easy and free at the Soboba Players Club. The grand-prize winner will be drawn at 10 p.m.

According to Michael J. Broderick, director of mar-